HATE HOAX: Reports of White Supremacist Manifesto Sent to Syracuse Students are Fake News

Thursday, November 21, 2019
By Paul Martin

Another scam has been smoked out.

By Shane Trejo
Nov 21, 2019

Since the election of President Donald Trump, leftist activists have been routinely faking hate crimes in an disgraceful attempt to bias public opinion and create a moral panic in favor of censorship and repression.

Another one of these instances have been discovered at Syracuse University, where a white supremacist manifesto that was allegedly sent to the cell phones of students has turned out to be a hoax.

Leftist Syracuse chancellor Kent Syverud admitted that the reports were “probably a hoax” after authorities were unable to find anyone who had received the manifesto. It was claimed that racists sent students a manifesto produced by Brenton Tarrant, the mass shooter who posted it online before killing dozens of Muslims at two mosques in New Zealand.

This hate hoax came around the same time of an alleged incident that occurred outside of a Syracuse frat house over the weekend. Four individuals have been suspended after getting into an altercation with a black female student on Saturday night.

“The incident involved 14 people leaving an Alpha Chi Roh fraternity party,” said Syverud. “Four of them are students at Syracuse University, nine are students at other schools, all of which are outside of Central New York.”

All fraternity activities have been suspended until the end of the semester, as the university is desperate to capitulate to the demands of the left-wing mob. However, the jackals are not happy and demand more to be done in the name of their social justice religion.

Students are arranging sit-ins, demanding for a new curriculum to be produced regarding diversity. They also want students to be expelled for alleged hate speech. They want scalps due to a string of alleged racist incidents that have occurred on campus.

There have been 10 reports of racist vandalism, slurs, and graffiti on the Syracuse campus since Nov. 7, aimed at different minority groups on campus. In the age of Jussie Smollett and the prevalence of hate hoaxes, it is impossible to tell if these instances are legitimate or just more agitprop from the deranged, race-obsessed Left.

“As we undertake this important work, we face real challenges here and we operate in a fraught national climate,” Syverud said in a statement. He has already pledged $1 million to address diversity concerns.

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